Learning how to take photographs all over again is fun, yet challenging. Using editing software is another drama that nearly put me over the edge this weekend. I had my photos saved in so many folders that it became a guessing game to find them. That’s a game I do not care to play! The Fuji software worked against my foolish ways. After hours of trying to fix my errors, I uninstalled the Fuji software. Gone. I’m back with Kodak EasyShare which is a quirky software but one I’m familiar with… I only want to crop a photo occasionally and Fuji doesn't offer that feature with ease.
And Fay screwed with us,
Let me share several test photos again while I listen to Red Red Wine or whatever it's called on the Bose…I need to feel fine.
Night photos rock. Not that I know what I’m doing, mind you. Here are more photos taken during dusk that were impossible before.
My fingers and thumbs are clumsy. They don’t know where to go for digital zoom or macro, or for any other button. I cursed when I couldn't focus on a Cardinal,
Still working with action and continuous shooting.
Chloe’s vision is already compromised as a twelve year old. Now she has a nasty cyst on her bottom eye lid that’s giving her grief. We’ll be at the vet tomorrow afternoon… Wish the best for her?
The territorial adult males have headed south, I think. Haven’t seen them in a day or two.
Fat. A result of guzzling too much safflower seed with the pigeons and starlings.
In full, digital zoom I saw the Egret far across the pond this morning. Did I hop in my car and ride over there? Of course, I did!
Wow. I love my Fuji camera more each day.
However, I’m tired as my writing shows. I sit at my computer in the evenings with an hour to spare, read my comments and look at my blogroll, wondering where to begin. It’s overwhelming. Instead of clicking on e-mail comments or Mary’s View, I click on Free Cell and play the mindless game until my eyes cross. If I can’t do it right (blogging), I won't do it at all. I want to be posting and commenting. So, until I get myself organized and settled down in a week or two, I’ll be away for a while, always wanting to be back soon. But hey, if I find a Bald Eagle in my back yard, you’ll hear about it!